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Fid#001: Introducing Philo...
Hey K-reator 👋!
This is not your typical Newsletter, so take a deep breath before clicking the back button.
GET TO KNOW ME🤭
I'm Philo, pronounced as f-ee-l-ooo!
This is the less boring one, bringing you news from the creator economy and sharing my perspective, internet news that Marvis is unlikely to share 😆, and anything else entertaining you can think of. When Philo from Fidia pops on your screen, open and read with a grin.
GET TO KNOW WHAT I SHARE
As a creator, you should be aware of things going on in the creator economy because why not?
Consider a journalist who does not read the news or a techie who does not use Stack Overflow.
That being said, news in the creator economy is important because it keeps you informed and alerts you to global opportunities for creators. Another thing I'll be sharing is the latest happenings among creatives and creative spaces, which you can refer to as amebo (gossip).
SIZZLING NEWS 🔥
We launched the design tab last week, you can find out more about it here 🎨.
You can learn 5 ways to get out of a creative funk here 😩.
LOOK WHAT I FOUND 👀
Rihanna bringing Fenty to Africa sparked a positive frenzy on the internet. A meet was held online, in attendance were notable content creators from across Africa, including Kortyeo and Enioluwa. This should be good news for content creators in this niche; becoming an ambassador for Fenty could become a reality.
If you need to make a presentation and record your screen at the same time, I recommend using Vidyard. This tool has been very useful, and I found the highlighting pen to be very interesting; you should check it out 💡.
To be honest, I won't mind being called a gossip because, while you spend 80 per cent of your time with your ring light, laptop, camera, or whatever tool you use, someone has to keep you updated 😎.
Fidia will not be left out because, as an odogwu creator, you should be served Fidia's gist on a platter of gold.
WHAT I WANT
Your gaze, focus, and smile.
Not only that, but I'd love to hear your thoughts on each issue of the newsletter I publish. Consider me the pen pal you never had, and once in a while, ask me for my Fidia link or username and grease these palms as my padi 😀.
You can tell me what you think in the comments section below.
love, light and laughter!